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Alex SmithBurning Up the Future

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Fires in Tasmania, typhoons in the Philippines, Mexican coal criminals - another work week for Radio Ecoshock. Environmental journalist for the Nation, Mark Hertsgaard on book "Hot: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth".  Robert M. Hirsch of U.S. Geological Survey on real cause of floods. Radio Ecoshock 130109 1 hour. 

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Artist/Composer: Alex Smith
Language: English
Keywords: environment; coal; energy; climate; climate change; global warming; floods; storms; heat; radio; Radio Ecoshock

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